Paddy Lowe's view that altering corners on tracks (rather than continually tweaking cars) may be the best solution for improving overtaking in Formula 1 is certainly thought-provoking. No?
Most people in the sport always seem to talk about changes that could be made to carbon, not concrete.
Yet McLaren's engineering director Lowe, who is also a key part of the FIA's Overtaking Working Group, believes that further future car development cannot significantly improve overtaking.
And that the only realistic alternative solution is, effectively, to look at real changes to the circuits that we know so well.
Do you agree?...
Should some of the most famous corners in F1 be widened? Chicanes moved? New features added?
"Why shouldn't all corners have the features that drivers can so easily pinpoint to improve [overtaking] opportunities?" Lowe said ahead of the Brazilian GP. Let us know your thoughts on 606.